Cyber security firm finds more than 3 million records allegedly from Sephora on Dark Web

Customers in Singapore, as well as other countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, New Zealand and Australia are affected. PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
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SINGAPORE - More than three million records of customers of international beauty retailer Sephora are allegedly being peddled on the Dark Web, a leading cyber security firm said.

Some of the data may have been stolen in the earlier part of this year, Singapore-based firm Group-IB said on Thursday (Aug 1) in response to queries from The Straits Times.

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